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(KSL News) An ammonia leak in Salt Lake City is contained this morning.
The leak came from a refrigerating unit in a building that's used to store or prepare food, near 1800 West 1700 South.
Crews were called after workers at a nearby post office smelled the ammonia.
Fire officials cleared the scene around 11:00 last night. They say ammonia levels in the air were so low, the public was never in any danger.